Written by Nate Adams
A 90-year old man accused of being a nazi, who was ordered out of the country more than 10 years ago, is still maintaining his West Chester address, though it's unclear if he's still living there.Philly.com tells the story of Theodor Szehinskyj, a man whom the Justice Department has accused of being a death camp guard during World War II who has "evidently … remained in the country simple because no other country wants him.From Philly.com:
It's unclear exactly where Szehinskyj is these days. Neighbors say he hasn't lived at his last listed address for at least four years. And the lawyer who represented him at his deportation hearings 13 years ago didn't return several calls for comment.